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New York City chooses three e-scooter providers for pilot Bronx project

New York City chooses three e-scooter providers for pilot Bronx project

Think Tank: Cities on the frontline and lessons for a resilient recovery

Think Tank: Cities on the frontline and lessons for a resilient recovery

On the right side of the game: how open source is making digital laggards catch up

On the right side of the game: how open source is making digital laggards catch up

FIWARE CEO Ulrich Ahle speaks to Graeme Neill about how the Smart Cities for Germany programme is helping the country’s poor track record on digitising services and how the battle for public opinion on open-source has been won.
Watch: Accenture and Transport for West Midlands - the future of urban mobility

Watch: Accenture and Transport for West Midlands - the future of urban mobility

Cities need to push the boundaries of the transport ecosystem constitutes to meet changing needs
Japan’s start-up community is powering the future of smart cities

Japan’s start-up community is powering the future of smart cities

A unique start-up accelerator program is fuelling global smart city innovation in Kyoto. But how is it doing so?
OnDemand Webinar: Kyoto: the Japanese start-up community powering the future of smart cities

OnDemand Webinar: Kyoto: the Japanese start-up community powering the future of smart cities

This webinar explores Keihanna Science City - one of the most successful start-up hubs, hosting more than 150 research facilities and incubating fledging companies
OnDemand Webinar: Kyoto: the Japanese start-up community powering the future of smart cities

OnDemand Webinar: Kyoto: the Japanese start-up community powering the future of smart cities

This webinar explores Keihanna Science City - one of the most successful start-up hubs, hosting more than 150 research facilities and incubating fledging companies
WEBINAR: Breaking down silos and working collaboratively

WEBINAR: Breaking down silos and working collaboratively

This webinar explores the serious issue of data silos and how cities can work collaboratively to bring these together.
On the right side of the game: how open source is making digital laggards catch up

Special Reports

On the right side of the game: how open source is making digital laggards catch up

FIWARE CEO Ulrich Ahle speaks to Graeme Neill about how the Smart Cities for Germany programme is helping the country’s poor track record on digitising services and how the battle for public opinion on open-source has been won.